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strictly blue grass festival and our amazing team of district employees, lead and supported by mary richards in our human resources department for another exciting festival. well run. if you can imagine transporting 3,000 students in a 30-minute time frame and picking them up and taking them to school and every sing of one of them making it back, you can understand the logistics involved. so thank you very much. >> would i like to mention that this friday i had the honor and opportunity to attend the 44th anniversary of the mission language and vocational school award dinner and i want to on behalf of the school district appreciate the great work of this organization and the way that it has done for 44 years to serve the language and the job needs of our community. i think that a good time was had by all and many of us were there and it was a true honor to be there among so many san francisco ans who have dedicated so many years to serving the community. on saturday it was my opportunity as well to attend the teachers for social justice conference that was held at mission high schoo
fights for are the ultimate answer to helping our economy. middle class tax -- finally, mary richards add "either or? no. it's the whole package. keep talking to me. my handle is @alexwit. >>> now to number two of on our first five web stories, a story befitting of this hallowe'en season. a florida man found a strange eyeball. that's a legit one right there. it happened during his morning walk on the beach. this blue orb was the size of a softball. it was still bleeding when he picked it up and called police. officials still don't know where it came from. a representative from the florida fish and wildlife institute thinks it may be from a giant squid, a whale, or some type of large fish. welcome aboard! [ chuckles ] ♪ [ honk! ] ♪ [ honk! ] ♪ [ honk! ] ♪ [ male announcer ] now you'll know when to stop. [ honk! ] the all-new nissan altima with easy fill tire alert. [ honk! ] it's our most innovative altima ever. nissan. innovation that excites. ♪ it's a hot white number, but what a hassle to care for! all that pre-treating and chlorine bleach. and don't even think about working u
they admit their students. this is what richard wolfe and mary beth write -- if you are interested in the audio of the oral arguments, it will be released by the court on friday after 1:00 p.m. c-span.org to find out when we will be airing that on friday. jimmy is an independent scholar. where are you from? caller: north carolina. host: what do you think about the vice-presidential debate? caller: well, i think the vice presidential debate matters. the politics have become like a consumer item in how we package the product and substance does not really matter. everything that happens before the election counts. i wish the american people would just look and see what happened with the the previous republican administration and look at all the things that the present republican nominee supported during the bush administration and get an idea of the things he will implement if he wins. now, president obama is trying to fix what the previous administration did. it does not happen overnight. in the process at, people want things right now, they want everything fixed immediately. that to
the class. [laughter] thank you to mary louise honda who obviously is the genius behind this organization and to mr. richard's foundation that does this award. the american civil war as most of us know, at least by passing1 away is commemorating our landscape and all of every town, green and center in america has a civil war monument of some kind. you have an extraordinary soldiers and sailors monument right here in the middle of leave and i actually just visited it today. extraordinary and unlike most i have seen. and there are a lot of them. it is our most vexing experience that we have had to try to process. i chose the four riders that skip so well described and if it's actually, ralph ellison was the subject of my blog and by the way my epilogue on ralph ellison was in part inspired by a scene that arnold rampersad depicts in his biography of ralph ellison i just have a chance to tell arnold. you will have to read the note -- the book to know what i meant by that. and one of those quotable lines from his little book called legacy of the civil war, he stops for breath at a breath at o
'll talk with her about women voters in her state in a lot of richard mourdock's rape remarks and the ground gain in colorado. >> announcer: meet mary. she loves to shop online with her debit card, and so does bill, an identity thief who stole mary's identity, took over her bank accounts and stole her hard-earned money. now meet jack. after 40 years, he finally saved enough to enjoy retirement. angie, the waitress at jack's favorite diner, is also enjoying his retirement. with just a little information, she's opened up a credit line, draining the equity in jack's home. unfortunately, millions of americans just like you learn all it may take is a little misplaced information to wreak havoc on your life. this is identity theft, and no one helps stop it better than lifelock. see, ordinary credit monitoring services tell you after your identity has been stolen. they may take 30 days to alert you-- too late for jack. lifelock has the most comprehensive identity theft protection available. if mary had lifelock's bank account alerts, she may have been notified in time to help stop it
that widespread impacts are going to happen. right now i am joined by richard kim, my colleague at "the nation magazine." anna marie cox. the u.s. version of the guardian. george pack ner, staff writer for "the new yorker" and author of a fascinating story in next week's issue about a former lobbyist who has become disillusioned. a >>> we are ten days away from the presidential election. president obama seems to be steadily regaining a narrow lead, a lead he held over mitt romney before the presidential debates began earlier this month. the latest polling averages according to nate silver of "the new york times" give president obama 50.3 with mitt romney 48.6. president obama has a 74% chance of winning the election based on his strong performance in several swing states. the president is hoping to capitalize on the momentum to encourage voters to go to the polls as soon as possible by taking advantage of early voting. as of this morning, more than 10.5 million people have already cast their ballots including the president himself. president obama flew back to chicago on thursday to take advan
helping the president. take a look, richard. david axlerod, one of his top advisors. senator john kerry playing the role of mitt romney. anita dunn being moderator candy crowley. national security advisor ben roads and marie harf. they were not part of the debate prep before. they are this time, why? specifically the issue of libya. as you know, this administration has been hammered over its handling of the libya situation. mitt romney preparing in boston. those who know mitt romney well say he is very comfortable in a town hall format. he practiced dozens of them. president obama, by contrast, has not really held a town hall in about nine months. a lot riding on this debate coming up on tuesday. >> nbc's kristen welker in virginia. let's bring in shawn spicer. communications's director for the republican national committee. thanks for being with us. >> you bet. >> governor romney has been in ohio 34 times since securing the gop nomination, 11 times since winning the first presidential debate. paul ryan will be campaigning there in the next hour. we'll be watching that. the governor tra
liberal president, richard nixon cut 30% in four years. 30% in real terms. he started e.p.a. and osha all the other things republicans are complaining about. go back to anne-marie's point, deficit is a big problem, we need to spend more on state. when you ask him, do you want to take it from defense, no, no, we don't want to cut. we need a security budget that looks at homeland security and defense for the trade offs. >> they can prevent it. >> the point is, it would be a shame to say we are going to continue to build or retake as romney wants to, an f-22 that's not needed because of a job. it's not what the warrior wants to hear. when you look at his numbers, chris, they are really something. there's 3.5 million jobs in the defense aerospace industry. according to what romney is saying, this 10% cut means you lose 40% of all those jobs. that's ridiculous. the numbers don't add up. >> when defense spending went up in the last five years before the budget control act, these companies were laying off people. if you take a dollar and you say i want to spend that on defense, education, health
with ann marie buerkle. according to the state budget crisis tax force, a bipartisan task force led by richard ravitch and formal fed chairman paul volcker. states depend on federal grants for 32% of the revenue. knowing that the cut flow downhill from the federal government to the state government to the local government and knowing that the city aspheric use in many other in new york may soon face financial insolvency, what would it take for you to get better either voting to raise taxes or voting to raise the debt ceiling if it would help the city? buerkle: i think the burdens our city faces in many counties in state is because of the federal government, the mandates the federal faces on them whether it's education and medicaid here that is a shared responsibility and the more patients receiving medicare, medicaid, the higher the responsibility is for the municipalities and that adds to their debt. so a lot of the problems our city faces because of the birth of the federal government faces on them. i want to go back to this budget issue and the willingness to compromise. bowles/s
a solution. >> moderator: thank you, dan maffei. follow-up question for each of the beginning with ann marie buerkle. according to the state budget crisis taskforce which was a bipartisan task force led by former lt. governor richard ravitch and paul volcker, federal deficit reduction is threatening state economies and budgets because states depend on federal grants for 32% of their revenue. knowing that the cuts flow downhill from the federal government to the state government to the local government and knowing that the city of syracuse and many other municipalities in new york may soon face financial insolvency, what would it take for you to consider either voting to raise taxes or voting to raise the debt ceiling if it would help the city. buerkle: the burden our cities face is because of the federal government, because of federal mandates the government places on them whether it is with education or medicaid. that is a shared responsibility and the more patients are receiving medicare, medicaid, the higher the responsibility for the municipalities and that adds to their debt. about the
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